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Why the iPad Heat is Linked to Hot Sales

Why the iPad Heat is Linked to Hot Sales

This month the 2012 refresh of one of Apple's hottest commodities has been released: the iPad, and with it has come a surprising revelation on the part of hundreds if not thousands of customers - it gets hot when you use it! Imagine Apple's surprise when they found that their product, which does indeed stick inside their own specifications for heat index, was suddenly the center of a hot laps and hands situation. Here's my question for you, consumers and readers alike: have you personally felt an iPad that was significantly hotter than any other modern tablet that you also concurrently own?

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iPad Retina Display backlight key heat culprit claims expert

iPad Retina Display backlight key heat culprit claims expert

Apple's new iPad heat issues are likely a side-effect of the increased backlighting for the Retina Display, according to one screen expert, though Apple itself maintains the toasty tablet is still within operating limits. The nature of the 2048 x 1536 panel and the 2.5x stronger backlighting needed to illuminate it are probably the key cause of heat, DisplayMate's Raymond Soniera told CNET, with both the LEDs themselves and the extra strain on the battery contributing to the warmth.

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Thermal imaging illustrates heat difference between iPads

Thermal imaging illustrates heat difference between iPads

There've been a few complaints that the new iPad gets too hot. We had to expect an increase in heat output with a faster processor and a bigger battery pack inside the new iPad compared to the iPad 2. Apparently, website tweakers.net decided to see exactly how much hotter Apple's new iPad was than the iPad 2 under load using thermal imaging.

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iPad Covers Made of Recycled Movie Theater Banners by Aire Trashion

iPad Covers Made of Recycled Movie Theater Banners by Aire Trashion

Feast your eyes on this iPad sleeve, one made out of recycled movie theater billboards that otherwise would only either find their way into the caves of fanboys or sit in a trashbin for all eternity. Because of the nature of the project, each sleeve is unique. Because of the nature of the materials, each sleeve is flexible, durable, light, and water resistant. So how about it? You want Christian Bale's face protecting your everloving tablet?

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iPad mini Retina: Four Months On

iPad mini Retina: Four Months On

The iPad mini with Retina display addressed a lot of the complaints iOS tablet users had of its first-gen predecessor. No longer did a smaller tablet mean lesser screen resolution or a weaker processor, two of the key criticisms, and while the iPad Air undoubtedly improved Apple's full-sized slate, many suggested that the still-more-affordable mini version had become the obvious choice for new tableteers. Four months in, though, has the shine of the Retina iPad mini faded?

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Apple large-screen iPad rumored in development with Quanta

Apple large-screen iPad rumored in development with Quanta

Apple is said to in development on a larger model iPad. This isn't the first time such reports have surfaced, and in this case it looks like the details are calling for a 12-inch iPad. But with that in mind, other reports have suggested Apple was working on a 13-inch model. As with early rumors the details tend to vary, but aside from the specific size, this latest report is coming by way of the Chinese language United Daily News and states that Apple is working with Quanta Computer.

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Acer Aspire P3 convertible wants to replace your iPad and keyboard dock

Acer Aspire P3 convertible wants to replace your iPad and keyboard dock

Acer] has revealed its latest ultrabook, the Aspire P3, throwing Windows 8 into a touchscreen convertible as part of the company's renewed focus on touch devices. Packing an 11.6-inch HD IPS LCD display, Core i3 or i5 processors, and up to six hours of battery life into a 0.77-inch thick notebook, the Aspire P3 looks at first glance like a regular laptop but - with the screen section pulled forward in what's effectively a keyboard dock - can be flipped into a slate.

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